Quote:>Okay, hopefully any of you out there that helped me yesterday are still
>checking up on me... I was able to talk to the guy who wanted me to look into
>the apache config thing. the reason he wants to do the apache rather than just
>dns is the address that was needed to be Proxied was behind a RFC1918 NATed
>route, so if anyone can give me pointers on this regard... the best I can come
>up with is giving me a headache from re-reading ProxyPass info
so you're saying the origin web server is on a RFC1918 address, like
the easiest thing in my opinion would be to make the public IP do the
eg, on freebsd, when you start natd, you start it like:
/sbin/natd -redirect_port tcp 10.10.10.10:80 your.public.ip:80 -n ed0
substitute your public ethernet interface for ed0.
your nat configuration may vary depending on your OS.
if you are really determined to do it the hard way, install apache
on the public machine and set up mod_proxy to display the private
ProxyPass / http://10.10.10.10/
ProxyPassReverse / http://10.10.10.10/
oughta start you on the right path.
now you have two apaches to manage and monitor instead of just one. lucky you.